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Mid Year Stats – 2018

A thing that I have watched enviously from the sidelines since I started blogging were pretty tables everyone put up to indicate the enormous amount of data hidden within their reading . I decided to give it a shot a while back and I had a lot of time on my hands today and thought… Continue reading Mid Year Stats – 2018

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Thriller

Every Single Secret by Emily Carpenter

This is another audible book that I admit I gave a full four stars not because of the story itself but because of the awesome narration. To all those who have this book on their TBR, I would recommend turning to the audio version narrated by Kate Orsini. The story begins from a sort of… Continue reading Every Single Secret by Emily Carpenter

Comics & Graphic Novel

Michigan: On the Trail of a War Bride by Julien Frey, Lucas Varela (Illustrator)

Sometimes, I wish I could tell people to pay more attention to the size of the books that have increased my reading tally for the year. I have read almost an average of a book a day but quite a few of those books are graphic novels or craft and food books. This book adds… Continue reading Michigan: On the Trail of a War Bride by Julien Frey, Lucas Varela (Illustrator)

Arts & Crafts& food

Heavy Duty Sewing: Making Backpacks and Other Stuff by Anton Sandqvist

I am yet to kickstart any project that I successfully complete and bring out in public on my sewing machine. I thought requesting this book would give me added insight on the complexities involved in more complicated projects than a basic pillow cover or quilt. I did not have the time to attempt any of… Continue reading Heavy Duty Sewing: Making Backpacks and Other Stuff by Anton Sandqvist